By Rob Mahoney
YouTube is the greatest thing that could have happened to the weird subculture of basketball trick shooters. It creates the illusion that the moment captured is a singular occurrence, so funny or charming or unbelievable that it demands to be seen.
In order to make a video like the one above, even a pro basketball player (and accurate shooter) like Pistons rookie Kyle Singler would miss a ton. But by using a rolling camera and a few quick snips, we're able to see make after make without any regard for the droll repetition that went into creating the shots seen in the video.conceptually identical